Growing Up White: A Veteran Teacher Reflects on Racism

"I applaud Julie Landsman for her courage and candor in vividly illustrating how she and countless others have benefited from white privilege. The reflective exercises and practical strategies that she recommends can enable educators to deal with their own racial baggage, and increase their efficacy with students of color. Because this rich narrative can empower both educators and students, Landsman has made another excellent contribution to the growing body of literature on white privilege, diversity, and “must have conversations."
Gail L. Thompson, Ph.D. Author: Up Where We Belong: Helping African American and Latino Students Rise in School and in Life

Basic Needs: A Year With Street Kids in a City School

"A very vivid and eye-opening book, written by a teacher with a fearless mind and a generous heart."
Jonathan Kozol, author of Savage Inequalities and Shame of A Nation

"The stories of her kids can—and probably should—break your heart."
Bloomsbury Review

A White Teacher Talks About Race, memoirs and reflections on teaching in urban schools

"Julie Landsman breaks the silence, taking us into the lives of her propulsive students, grounding her reflections on race in these energetic and engaging young people as they negotiate the tricky terrain of identity within an American multiplicity."
William Ayers, director of the Center for Youth and Society at the University of Illinois at Chicago and author of A Kind and Just Parent

Welcome to Your Life

"I am impressed with the range of writers assembled by David Haynes and Julie Landsman, both veteran teachers who have now given an inspirational book to many readers".
From the introduction by Susan Straight, author of A Million Nightingales

White Teachers and Diverse Classrooms, A Guide to Building Inclusive Schools, Promoting High Expectations, and Eliminating Racism co edited with Chance Lewis. A second edition was published in April 2011.

White Teachers / Diverse Classrooms DVD

"A practical roadmap and an appeal to all teachers to re-dedicate themselves to ensuring that all students are prepared and can meet high educational standards."
Mary Futrell, Dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development, The George Washington University and former president of the National Educational Association

Diversity Days, a collection of activities to guide teachers in creating a community of voices in their classrooms


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